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I'm a longtime contributor to MTV, Billboard, Alternative Press and MovieWeb. I've worked as on-air reporter, host, writer and producer for MTV, MSNBC and E!. I have provided opinion and commentary to programs on VH1, IFC, G4, Fuse, Current and Oxygen. I have written for Huffington Post, Premiere, OC Weekly, SFGate.com, NextMovie.com, MTV's television and movie blogs and other publications. I am the founder of Superhero Productions, providing broadcast, online and aftermarket content for a number of clients including Lionsgate, Sony and Warner Bros. I personally handle artist management for a handful of bands. "Ryan Downey has established a history of breaking some good scoops in the last few years, and you could certainly do worse than bookmark [him] to check in on." -- Ain't It Cool

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

MTV: Nina Dobrev on the 'End' of 'Vampire Diaries'

Some shows have a habit of overstaying their welcome. "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter has recently started talking about wrapping up after season seven, which gives him an "end game" in sight from a story point of view. Meanwhile, "Prison Break" was always planned for "prison" in season one and "on the run" in season two. So they had to come up with new ideas for seasons three and four. More than a few fans complained that "Lost" didn't seem to have things planned out far enough in advance. So is there an end game in sight for "The Vampire Diaries"?

Speaking with MTV News at the Toronto International Film Festival, where she was promoting "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," Nina Dobrev had this to say: CLICK HERE to read the rest of my report.

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